Gabriella Parsons

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Gabriella Parsons

Gabriella Parsons was born at St Luke’s Hospital in Pietà on 28 July,1983. She is an Actress.

For three years she lived in Rabat, Malta with her family, and then moved to Santa Venera.

She was educated at St Venera Primary School, Maria Reġina Junior Luceum, Junior College and University of Malta. She studied drama at Mikielanġ Borġ Drama Centre where she obtained a Distinction in Grade 6, Grade 8 and PCert LAMDA examinations as well as a Diploma in Performance and Speech from Trinity College. She performed in various theatre productions ranging from drama to Commedia dell’Arte, street theatre and community theatre. These include Medea, Sħab, Il-Mixja, The Old Testament, Dottor Knock jew ir-Rebħa tal-Mediċina, Michel, Mitejn Sena ta’ Litteratura Maltija, Ħal Ilwien, Bogħod mill-Għajn, Arlekkino u l-Mistura Maġika, Tombstone, L-Ort, Magda, Francis Ebejer’s Ħitan, Mur ara x’ser jiġri!, Dawn bis-Serjeta, The Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon, +1 SMS Emden, Oscar Wilde’s Lady Windermere’s Fan and Sibna ż-Żejt.

Gabriella Parsons

Gabriella had main and secondary roles in TV dramas such as Simpatiċi, Becky, Numru 9, It-Tmien Nota, Santa Monika, Is-Siġill tal-Qrar, Tracesland, KC, Missjoni, F’Salib it-Toroq, Dellijiet, Deċeduti, Emilja, Déjà Vu, D.R.E.A.M.S, Prima Facie, Ma Tinbidel Qatt and Katrina. She also had a main role in the cinema film Qlub Imweġġgħa’.

In 2008, she produced and presented the TV show called Fil-Laħam il-Ħaj on Family TV whilst in 2010, she co-presented and assisted in the production of the program 7 Kuluri on Education 22. In 2011, she co-presented a TV show on environmental issues entitled Mad-Daqqa t’Għajn on One TV. Gabriella also has experience as a radio presenter as she presented two weekly shows entitled Parir Legali and Lex & Gabs on Bastjanizi FM Radio.

Gabriella is a teacher of French and Drama and holds a Masters degree in Euro-Mediterranean Comparative Education.

Gabriella also tries to dedicate time to help others and for a number of years she carried out voluntary work with Dar it-Tama and then Tgħanniqa helping out children and youths coming from unprivileged backgrounds by teaching them literacy skills.

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